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1) The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that states can decide if they want to make betting on sports events legal.
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2) Members of Congress have released more than 3,000 Facebook ads placed by a Russian organization aimed at influencing the 2016 election. The House Intelligence Committee also plans to release 80,000 pieces of organic content created by the Russians. The ads are aimed at both conservative and liberal voters.
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Texas official on school shooting: “We cannot … say it’s the guns — it’s us as a nation”

Year-round drilling in Converse County offers operators a chance to drill down costs

By Heather Richards, Casper Star-Tribune

An oil and gas proposal has turned heads in Wyoming’s Powder River Basin and it could have a significant effect on drilling in a 1.5 million square acre hot spot north of Douglas.

Some of the largest public companies operating in Wyoming — Anadarko Petroleum, EOG Resources, Devon Energy and Chesapeake Energy — initiated the project. And it is one of the biggest in terms of acreage that the Bureau of Land Management has overseen in Wyoming.

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Hininger arrested on felony larceny charges

By Ashleigh Fox, The Sheridan Press

SHERIDAN — Scott Morris Hininger, who announced his run for Sheridan County treasurer March 23, faces charges of felony larceny, misdemeanor theft and a felony charge of obtaining property by false pretenses in circuit court after receiving double reimbursements for work with the University of Wyoming and Sheridan County.

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Grizzly hunts: Final details to be decided in Lander on Wednesday

By Mark Davis, Powell Tribune

As Wyoming moves toward the first grizzly hunt in decades, one big step will take place next week, when Game and Fish commissioners vote on regulations legalizing the fall season.

A large crowd is expected as commissioners hear testimony on both sides.

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CFD Western Art Show celebrates its 2018 official print

By Jacob Gore, KGWN

CHEYENNE — The Cheyenne Frontier Days Western Art show is celebrating the launch of its 2018 limited edition official print. Click here for more

Cybersecurity, personnel recruitment priorities for VP

By Jeff Victor, Laramie Boomerang

LARAMIE — When the University of Wyoming slashed its budget by $42 million before the current fiscal year, no division was left untouched, but the most radical changes probably occurred in UW Information Technology division.

Between layoffs and the consolidation of IT operations previously spread across campus, information technology swallowed a $1.1 million reduction during the final blow of the budget cuts — a $10 million reduction plan outlining cuts to each university division.

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EWC hires gunsmithing instructor

Posted 5-21-2018, Eastern Wyoming College (TORRINGTON) -- Eastern Wyoming College officials have announced that Glen Morovits has been hired to develop and kick off the new Gunsmithing program as the lead instructor. The new program will begin Fall 2019 at the Douglas...

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
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2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
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